Target: Nicholas Kuzmiak, Chief of Police in Blackstone, Virginia
Goal: Assign the maximum punishment to the person convicted of poisoning dogs with antifreeze.
Three dogs died after a neighbor allegedly poisoned them. Food lids containing antifreeze-laced dog food residue were found along the fence of the dog’s yard. Demand that justice is served for these dogs and that the person convicted of this heinous crime be punished to the maximum extent of the law if found guilty.
The dogs stumbled around and vomited violently after consuming food left in their backyard. The dogs suffered greatly and died shortly after the symptoms appeared. Necropsy reports confirm that antifreeze was present in all of the dogs when they died.
William Homer Martin, the neighbor, is facing three counts of felony animal cruelty. He is currently out on bond. Sign below to make sure that this man goes to jail for his cruel actions against these innocent dogs.
Dear Chief Kuzmiak,
Three dogs died from confirmed antifreeze poisoning. A lid left in the dog’s backyard tested positive for antifreeze and dog food residue. We demand that justice is served for these innocent dogs.
The dogs suffered greatly just before their death. Their owner found them stumbling around the house and vomiting violently. A necropsy report confirmed that antifreeze was present in their bloodstreams prior to their death.
William Homer Martin, the dog’s neighbor, was charged with three counts of felony animal cruelty in this case. This inhumanity cannot go unpunished. We demand that this man be served the maximum penalty for this crime if he is found guilty.
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